I searched around but I could not find a USB 3 Analog to Digital capture device such as the Hauppauge USB-Live-2 Video Capture.
They were all USB 2.0. Does one exist and would it be better to use it rather than a USB 2.0 device?
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[Edit]There are a couple of USB 3.0 high definition capture devices. The Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle is really finicky, and the AVerMedia ExtremeCap U3 is very new. Both are significantly more expensive than the Hauppauge USB-Live-2 and demand far better hardware for high-definition capture.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 29th Jan 2014 at 16:29.
I don't know what the best device would be for your purposes. The two mentioned in my original post's edited section capture uncompressed video, which would have to be compressed in real time for streaming. Other external HD capture devices hardware encode their output to H.264 and for that reason can use a USB 2.0 connection.